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Chaelin Kim

Research Assistant

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Chaelin Kim is a research assistant at the International Vaccine Institute's Policy and Economic Research Department. In the academic year 2019-2020, she received her MSc in health policy planning and financing from LSE and LSHTM. She studied theology and political science before obtaining her master's degree. She has assisted the RADAAR team with literature research, bottleneck analysis, policy advocacy guidance development, and the delivery of numerous RADAAR meetings, seminars, and webinars as a member of the team. She also works on other projects within IVI, such as the Vaccine Impact Modeling Consortium (VIMC).

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Research/Topics of Interest

Agent-based models
Antibiotic resistance
Apply models to public health
Compartmental models
Decision models
Forecasting
Health systems
Network models
Public health policy/interventions
Social determinants of health
Social networks/contact patterns
Statistical models
Time-series models
Vaccines
health policy
AMR
vaccine impact modeling

Pathogens/Diseases of Main Interest/Expertise

COVID-19
Diarrheal diseases
Respiratory diseases
Vaccine-preventable diseases
Vector-borne diseases
typhoid

Countries of Work/Collaboration

Korea, Republic of

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